Your Legacy of Faith

Remember the Church with a gift in your Will. As Catholics, we believe in the sanctity of life; a precious gift from God. We strive to live life joyfully and faithfully, in the hope we will return to our Creator after a natural death, to enjoy eternal life with Him. When you move onto the next life, you can make your lifetime of faith live on through a gift in your Will.

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Tribute to Jean Edwardes

Jean Daisy Edwardes was born in Camden Town on 21st February 1927. She started work in the Kayser Bondor factory where she perfected her skills as a seamstress, which she used for the rest of her life along with many other creative activities. She had taught Art and Needlework at Maryville Convent and also worked for Bexley Council as Manager and Senior craft instructor. She was adept at painting, tapestry and pottery.

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Reflections for the Month of July

Wow! It’s like getting a birthday package a month early and marked: ‘Don’t open until…’ Finally, you take it out of the box after waiting so long and find the gift wrapped in beautiful paper and tied with a really nice ribbon, and marked ‘fragile’. Mum wants the ribbon so you must carefully untie it, then she wants the paper too so you have to patiently unseal and fold the wrapping paper. It all takes time and you just want to get it open and see what’s inside.

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The Father Speaks to His Children

I was recently introduced to the book The Father Speaks to His Children, a record of the messages received by Mother Eugenia, Elisabetta Ravasio, (1907-90), Superior General of the Congregation of Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of the Apostles. The messages were dictated to Mother Eugenia in Latin a language Mother Eugenia did not comprehend – in 1932 by God the Father – the only approved private revelation made personally by God the Father.

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